A training drill you might see, with a focus on
Split the children into two teams Place all the balls in the
centre of a 20m square.
On a signal, one child from each team runs to the centre and
throws a ball to the next child in the line.
The receiver places the ball on the ground, runs to the centre,
picks up another ball, and throws it to the next child. And so
Once all the balls are out of the square, the teams repeat the
exercise in reverse:- The first child runs to the centre: the
next child throws a ball to them and they run to the centre: the
third child throws a ball to the second, and so on.
First team to have all the balls back in the centre wins.
Teaches gross motor skills &
|Teaching basic skills
is one of the goals of our TeeBall programme.
skills, because they involve fundamental body mechanics, can be taken to
any sport your child chooses later on.
TeeBall has long been
regarded as one of the best way to gain these skills at an early age. In
fact, back when baseball was a winter sport in Australia, many of our
Sheffield Shield and Test cricketers played it to hone their skills and
develop new techniques during the off-season.
All Hills clubs have at
least one accredited club official who oversees training of
parent-coaches, and who will assist in training schedules, lesson plans,
and general guidance. This accreditation involves sports science and
world's best practice in injury risk management, as well as knowledge of
the game itself.
Together with clinics
run by Hills itself for both players and coaches, your child is in good